To give a flavour of the great work going on, here are are just a few projects among the many that go on weekly nationwide to make a difference in the community.
Disability Opportunities in Sport UK (DOSportUK) is a community interest company which offers sporting and physical activity opportunities to people with a disability.
Brendon is using his voice to promote racial equality through BARCO (Black Anti-Racism Community Organisation), which promotes local black-owned businesses around the county.
Teesside Lions are delivering an innovative social project called 'Role Models' which aims to provide positive sporting role models in the community.
GLL Sport Foundation is supporting talented athletes with financial support, access to sporting facilities, physiotherapy, lifestyle mentoring and mental health support.
Providing a safe space for women from the LGBTQIA+ community to play basketball, along with giving all women the opportunity to get involved with the sport.
London Lions are aiming to help train the new generation of British coaches with the launch of the International Coaching Programme.
A new fund has been launched to help clubs and organisations deliver 3x3 in the West Midlands and beyond.
Building a stronger identity for junior and women’s basketball in North West London.
Funding to help basketball community work with the following priority groups: Lower socio-economic groups (LSEG), Culturally diverse communities, Disabled people and People with long-term health conditions (LTHC) .
Over the past year, Basketball England and Access Sport have been developing an opportunity to enhance the opportunities for disabled people to be more involved in basketball by developing a community and club-based programme - Hoopz Basketball.
Funds available from the Ministry of Justice prevents vulnerable young people from failing into the criminal justice system with the power of sport being used as a positive pathway.
Dan Gayle is on a mission to help inform players, parents, guardians and coaches of the challenges, pitfalls and opportunities when heading Stateside.
Created by filmmaker David Adeyemi, the documentary highlights the importance of the sport in black communities and its place in the UK sporting landscape.
Basketball England’s initiative #ProjectSwish continues to help the basketball community put nets on hoops by extending its distribution period.
Basketballer, freestyler and 3x3 pioneer awarded an honorary degree by Writtle University College in Essex for distinction in sport for the promotion of the basketball industry.
Inspiring people to play and connect through the game of 3x3 basketball, no matter their ability, age, race, size or background
Basketball England and 3x3 Unites hosted a 3x3 tournament at Birmingham’s iconic Summerfield Park on Sunday, 28 August.
Head Coach Ken Corbin, aka Community Coach Ken C, aka Hemel Sharks' one-man band, has been tackling inequalities, providing opportunities, and changing lives through basketball for over 20 years.
Basketball England, Birmingham City Council and Sport England announce exciting partnership to create a legacy for community basketball from the huge success of the 3x3 format of the sport at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Basketball England has teamed up with the Youth Sport Trust on its Birmingham Connect project to promote social integration of young people aged 12-14 years in the city ahead of the Commonwealth Games.